Hillary Clinton has officially thrown her hat in the ring via a YouTube video. Rand Paul and Ted Cruz have done the same. These days, in order to run for US president you need a serious social media presence.
Hillary Clinton officially announced her campaign for US president this weekend. (13.04.2015)
Hillary Clinton has officially announced her candidacy for the US presidency on Sunday. But though she currently appears unstoppable, her victory is far from certain, says DW's Gero Schliess in Washington. (13.04.2015)
To the surprise of nobody, Hillary Clinton has announced that she's running for president. Though she has a clear path to the Democratic nomination, she runs the risk of taking her most-favored status for granted. (13.04.2015)
Republican lawmaker Rand Paul has announced his bid to become the next US president. The Kentucky senator is expected to kick off his campaign in a few hours in his home state. (07.04.2015)
A congressional committee has released a trove of Russian-funded Facebook ads that were disseminated during the 2016 presidential election. DW looks at the politically divisive messages aimed at sowing discord in the US.
Where to find the right information about the military coup in Zimbabwe? As Zimbabweans sift through the social media channels, it's difficult to find outlets that one can trust.
Facebook says a Russian group sent out over 80,000 political posts during the 2016 US election. The tech giant, together with Twitter and Google, is to face hearings on Russian meddling in US politics.
The disclosure of alleged Russian contacts by US Attorney General Sessions is a political victory for the Democrats. It will only last if there is any truth to the accusations, says DW's Miodrag Soric.
Jeff Sessions, Donald Trump's choice for attorney general, has addressed concerns surrounding his political objectivity during confirmation hearings. He also said he doesn't back a ban on Muslims entering the US.
From expelling diplomats to defying Israel, Barack Obama has made significant policy decisions before the end of his term. But the moves have raised questions about his administration before his successor takes over.
A simmering dispute between President Barack Obama and his incoming successor Donald Trump looked destined to boil over. However, a call from the President appears to have at least momentarily eased tensions for now.
Electors in Colleges across the US have met to officially seal the presidential victory of Donald Trump. Results will be officially announced in a special joint session of Congress at the start of January.
Rather than cast a ballot for Donald Trump, a Republican elector from Texas resigned from the Electoral College. In an interview with DW, he explains why his conscience doesn't allow him to help make Trump president.
The US's telecom regulator has announced plans to scrap "net neutrality" rules that bar internet service providers from influencing the content viewed by their customers. Critics warn the move will stifle competition.
Russian lawmaker Suleiman Kerimov, dubbed the "secret oligarch," has been taken into police custody in southern France. Russia's embassy has extended "all possible assistance" to the billionaire senator.
The UN Security Council's compensation agency has announced Baghdad's desire to settle war reparations by 2021. Iraq had suspended compensation payments following the rise of the "Islamic State" militant group.
Kenya's top court has cleared the way for President Kenyatta to serve a second term. But low voter turnout and threats against the judges have left critics doubtful that his claim to the presidency is legitimate.
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